Robert Chambers in his work (1998) described ‘poverty proper’ as lack of adequate income or…
India’s presidency of the BRICS grouping of emerging powers has come to an end after…
During the 8th BRICS summit held in Goa, India on 15-16 October, 2016, the five…
The fisherwomen of Sunderban and their struggle for survival and livelihoods
Benny Kuruvilla argues for a more sustained engagement between social movements and progressive governments
The Modi & Obama governments have been credited with the India-US nuclear deal & advancing foreign policy. Critical voices on health, agriculture & nuclear were ignored.
Samir Amin writes about challenges and prospects in the run up to the 60th anniversary of Bandung.
Changes in India’s foreign policy over the last two decades which have resulted in closer ties with Israel, and civil society’s own tenuousness, has meant less consolidated support for Palestine. Moreover, we must question the existing culture of protest, which prevents sustained and inclusive mobilization on most issues, and has resulted in the disintegration of many a progressive campaign.
Leaders and activists from African countries are scorning bilateral investment treaties with rich countries, focusing instead on regional integration and formulating more serious industrialization strategies